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The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

The student news site of Claremont High School

The Wolfpacket

Carrie Anne Little

Carrie Anne Little, Editor-In-Chief

Carrie Anne Little is a senior at Claremont High school, and the Editor in Chief for The Wolfpacket. She is a partial IB student, enrolled in the IB english and math courses. Little is a member of the comedy sports team, as well as, obviously, The Wolfpacket. Despite having her drivers license, Carrie continues to bike to school. As a senior, Little will soon pass the Wolfpacket torch to another when she sets off for college. Heavily involved, Carrie Anne Little is a not so little person who does many important things, for more than just Wolfpacket.

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CHS Students Explore Cultural Capital and Monetary Value

Carrie Anne Little, Editor In Chief
December 21, 2023

For many high school rising seniors, summer is a time for rest, relaxation, and embellishment of college apps. Many teens spend the summer traveling, working,...

Homecoming Court: Olivia Delgado

Homecoming Court: Olivia Delgado

Carrie Anne Little, Editor-In-Chief
October 13, 2023

Incredibly humble, drop dead gorgeous homecoming court member Olivia Delgado, is excited to be recognized for all of her majesticness as she graces the...

The signs are a-changing! Wait... not for Tropical Lei. Be more creative, at the very least.

“A hard conversation”: a letter to Tropical Lei

Carrie Anne Little, Assistant News Editor
March 31, 2023

Dear Tropical Lei, I am writing to you in regards to your marque. For years, pre-pandemic, it has been a source of amusement and an educational tool for...

$100,000 was donated to support Claremont High Schools theatre program by Jaryd Hochberger.

$100,000 alumnus donation to CHS theater

Carrie Anne Little and Rhea Sethi
March 3, 2023

The lights are about to go down on the final showing of Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief. The kids at Camp Half-Blood have taken a bow. Clapping has...

CHS is out of GAS

CHS is out of GAS

Carrie Anne Little, Assistant Editor
December 22, 2022

It was 10:17 pm on a Wednesday night in November. I was curled up under the covers, awake, feeling reckless. Was I ignoring my homework? Probably. But...

Pentatonix concert: an incredible showcase of vocal skill

Carrie Anne Little, Assistant News Editor
October 21, 2022

In 2011, five masterful vocal artists came together to form the internet’s most popular acapella group: the Pentatonix. 11 years later, the band, made...

Image courtesy of Martin Renteria

Adding to the “middle years” of El Roble: MYP Languages join the curriculum

Mayo Ou and Carrie Anne Little
September 30, 2022

Mornings at El Roble would be unrecognizable to many current Claremont High students. One, there is a whiteboard at the front entrance of the school with...

CHS grad documents dire day: The Insurrection  captured in photos

CHS grad documents dire day: The Insurrection captured in photos

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
June 27, 2022

On January 6, 2021, Claremont High School 2011 graduate Amanda Andrade-Rhoades found herself putting her life on the line documenting one of the biggest...

Clark in her Beavers softball uniform
Image courtesy of Maddy Clark

Maddie Clark Hits home run with softball scholarship

Carrie Anne Little, Editor
June 10, 2022

Throughout her entire life, senior Maddy Clark has been playing softball. Since she was in middle school, Clark knew she wanted to play in college. Next...

Setting Sail for Success: Davorah Strober to naval academy

Carrie Anne Little, Editor
June 10, 2022

  Shooting guard for the Girls varsity basketball team, captain of the Claremont High School Girls varsity golf team, and co-president of the...

CRAP issue art from the papers first three issue
Courtesy of Claremonts Really Academic Paper

Wolfpacket Competing News Source: C.R.A.P.

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
May 6, 2022

1:02 PM, November 19, 2021. The Wolfpacket had just released their third issue of the year. On the front page breaking news: “Matteo Quadrini Saves The...

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SATIRE: Wolfpacket finna girl boss this article, dripping with Gen-Z slang #pushinp

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
April 1, 2022

Besties, these past few years have fallen flat. Previous generations’ language is just no longer giving. In fact it is mid. Luckily, Gen-Z has added...

CHS athletics faces unprecedented coach turnover

CHS athletics faces unprecedented coach turnover

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
March 4, 2022

Over the course of this year, the CHS athletic department has faced an unprecedented coach turnover. In total, six different sports have had to bid goodbye...

CHS history department bans digital note taking and music

CHS history department bans digital note taking and music

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
March 4, 2022

It is the beginning of the first week into semester two; students file into their history classes, sit down, and take out their respective note taking...

The front entrance to Sycamores open campus along Claremonts W. 8th Street.

Shoe-less Sycamore leafs a prominent imprint at CHS

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
January 21, 2022

For a school that produces a graduating class of, on average 60 students (a relatively small population compared to that of schools like Condit, Chaparral,...

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Wolfpacket January 2022 Athlete of the Month: Riley Zitar

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
January 21, 2022

It's a brisk and chilling Thursday night in January. The seats of the bleachers are bitter with cold, freezing the rear ends of the few viewers scattering...

Your Mom: never going out of style with me...or your dad

Your Mom: never going out of style with me…or your dad

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
December 17, 2021

Urban Dictionary: “The most versatile diss/comeback ever created in the history of your mom. Usually it has no effect or sense (especially when used...

The Wolfpackets 2022 Predictions

The Wolfpacket’s 2022 Predictions

Carrie Anne Little and John (Jack) Warren
December 17, 2021

*Some of these predictions have an actual chance of happening, and others were made by Jack January 12, 2022: The end of the world A nuclear missile...

The littering sign outside of the library facing Indian Hill

Trashing CHS: a litter of inconsiderate peers

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
November 19, 2021

It's a grim scene. School lunch trays left stacked all over the stairs, completely abandoned. Some of the trays are blown across the center quad while...

Homecoming Princess: Kareen Holstrom

Homecoming Princess: Kareen Holstrom

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
October 29, 2021

“Making memories myself is important, but seeing other people do the same is probably the most memorable thing,” ASB president and Homecoming Court...

CHS choral program pre-pandemic (shown above) had 122 members across three choirs.

CHS choir hits a low note as participation declines

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
October 29, 2021

CHS’ various departments for the arts have been recognized for their excellence across the state. But this year all art-classes are facing a severe lack...

Shang-Chi: Kicking off a new generation of superheroes

Carrie Anne Little, Reporter
September 24, 2021

Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings, Marvel’s second theater release in the second phase of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), hit box offices on Friday, September...

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